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July Top Game Releases

Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers

June 2019 is officially in the books and after E3’s showing we have a good idea of the majority of games we can look forward to for the next year. June saw the releases of anticipated games like Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled and Super Mario Maker 2. Here are the biggest game releases happening in July. Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers Release date: July 2nd Platforms: PC, PS4 The popular Final Fantasy MMO receives its latest expansion this month. The newest story seems to focus on the […]

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WWDC 2019: Everything Apple announced

Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR

The Apple Worldwide Developer Conference keynote is over and in over the two hours that they were presenting, the tech giant revealed quite a bit of announcements that will get Apple users excited. Here are the things they announced. Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR Image from Macworld The newest Mac desktop was revealed to release this fall for $5,999 and the Pro Display XDR for $4,999.The desktop contains an Intel Xeon processor with 8, 12, 16, 24, or 28 cores and 12 DIMM slots that allow […]

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Top Video Game Releases in June 2019

The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr

In the video game industry, June is largely regarded as the month that E3 happens. Tons of game announcements happen, and everyone largely looks forward to what the many gaming companies are offering over the next 12 months. There are a lot of exciting games releasing this June around E3 though. There is also a good chance that we see some surprise releases during E3. The following are the top video game releases in June 2019 that we know about. The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr Release date: […]

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Everything We Can Expect To See At E3 2019

Xbox

It is almost one of the most exciting times of the year for gamers. E3 is just a few weeks away, and we cannot wait to see what the gaming industry has in store for us over the next year or two. Although we will not see Sony attending the show this year, there are still tons of exciting announcements and reveals we can look forward to this coming June. EA Electronic Arts are kicking off E3 again this year (without being at E3). While they are […]

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Top Game Releases For May 2019

Rage 2

April was a great month for video game releases. Mortal Kombat 11, Days Gone, and World War Z were just a few popular games to make their way to the public. May is probably the quietest month of 2019 so far because of the lead up to E3 in June, but regardless we are still going to be seeing a share of exciting game releases. A Plague Tale: Innocence Release date: Tuesday, May 14th Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One In A Plague Tale: innocence, you play as […]

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What to look for In a Gaming Laptop

Gaming Laptop

Gaming laptops have come a long way in the last decade. Games that used to be only available on desktop PCs are now available many powerful laptops. They are a good middle ground between playing demanding games on a home computer and having the portable ability to play wherever you like. The following are some tips you can use when you are in the market for a gaming laptop. Get a good GPU The graphics processing unit is the main part of the computer that renders 3D […]

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Top Video Game Releases of April 2019

World War Z

April is yet another exciting month for video games. March brought up early game of the year contenders like Devil May Cry 5 and Division 2. April might not have as big of releases as those, but still a lot of good stuff coming down the pipeline. Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition Release date: April 3rd Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One Gearbox finally announced Borderlands 3 during their cringey livestream at PAX East recently. We are not getting that game until September, but they also announced […]

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Trials Rising Review

Visuals/Audio

Trials Rising is the continuation of the popular motorbike platforming series that has become a staple of Ubisoft’s RedLynx studio. It’s always been an example of gameplay that is easy to pick up, but difficult to master. It’s a simple objective: take your rider throughout a track that will test your reflexes. Complete the track as fast as possible with as few as many faults as possible. Trials Rising is an example of a series moving forward with very bare innovations and for the most part, that […]

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Stadia is Google’s Newest Game Streaming Platform

new game streaming platform

Google announced its new game streaming platform at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today. The mega company’s first dip into gaming is called Stadia and will support any Android or Chrome-based device. The service was shown off being able to instantly transfer your play from a laptop, to a phone, to a underpowered PC, to a tablet, to a television with a Chromecast. The translation seemed seamless during the presentation, only taking a few seconds for the person playing Assassin’s Creed Odyssey to move from […]

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Gmail is 15 Years Old

Gmail

Google is a company that has been around in the internet era for a long time and will probably be here far after most of us are gone. They have done many things for the internet world, including their take on email. Gmail turned 15 years old this year, and Google took the time to look back at what Gmail used to be and where the service is headed now. How it Started Gmail originally launched on April 1st, 2004, with Google search built right into the […]

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